New Training: Implement VPN and DirectAccess Solutions in Windows Server
In this four-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker covers the knowledge systems administrators need to balance the pros and cons of a VPN implementation or DirectAccess and implement the right solution for your mobile network.
Watch this new Microsoft Windows Server training.
A network doesn’t really need VPN or DirectAccess solutions so long as there is absolutely no mobility on the network. If every last device on the network is a router, switch, printer, or desktop computer that doesn’t leave the building, it’s fine to never get around to choosing between VPN or DirectAccess.
But if there’s even one aspect of mobility — from smartphones to laptops or remote branches and work-from-home — suddenly something needs to be done to keep the network secure as these mobile solutions access the network. This Implement VPN and DirectAccess Solutions in Windows Server training shows what the differences are between using VPN or DirectAccess. Both keep users connected but have tradeoffs, and after this training you’ll know how to configure and implement them both.
The one-part series covers topics such as providing continuous connectivity and access to user devices, bypassing security obstacles with the right protocol selection, and reducing costs while maintaining network access.
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